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Green Career Resources
Careers in sustainability are now firmly planted in the mainstream. The Greener Careers collection is chock-full of resources and tools to help you navigate this exciting sector. To see the latest in job listings, be sure to check out GreenBiz.com's green job board.
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- It's a research-heavy week here at ICYMI HQ, with studies detailing everything from profiles of ESG professionals to solutions for sustainable cities.
- In part two of a two-part series, we uncover the ideal umbrella term for the work currently known as sustainability. Or CSR. Or Triple-Bottom-Line.
- Our resident career coach helps a freelance sustainability consultant improve his answer to the question: "What do you do?"
- Companies realize they must move past a few dedicated green champions to involve more employees to push their sustainability agendas.
- Tools such as video and senior level green champions helped the county amp up its sustainability program.
- Our advice columnist counsels a CSR manager on how women can stay competitive for sustainability jobs after family leave.
- A look at the differences in running a sustainability office for a city versus a company.
- Author Andy Savitz explains how the human resources department can be a strategic partner for corporate sustainability programs.
- Unilever, Interface and Greentech Capital Advisors welcome changes at the top.
- Meet the trained lawyer who found her perfect job with the help of Dell's sustainability efforts.
- Our advice columnist counsels a new energy and carbon director on how to enlist HR for hiring future leaders.
- How did sustainability professionals get where they are -- and where are they headed next?
- Does your company need help improving efficiency and cutting costs? Pollution prevention interns could be the solution.
- That's the question we hope to answer over time, with our monthly "Movers & Shakers" column cataloguing the career moves of leaders in the sustainability world.
- Knowing what to do once you go in for an interview is crucial for any job seeker, but just as important -- and often overlooked -- is having a checklist for what NOT to do. Here's one, based on...
- SAP, Ernst & Young and HSBC all send employees on overseas trips to steer strategy and give workers a fresh perspective on world cultures.
- As CSR becomes more specialized, it's time to take a look at where these efforts are placed in relation to community relations and corporate philanthropy.
- Learn how to best engage employees from strategies recently offered at the Sustainable Brands conference.
- A recent study from Net Impact shows that young workers are motivated by their company's CSR programs, and would even take a pay cut to work for a company committed to sustainability.
- Report says up to 60 million new jobs could be created by global shift to cleaner energy, technology and industry.